Did you know there are over 1,400 varieties of bats? Join us as we dive in and explore the more common varieties native to North America!
What is a bats gestation period? Not a question you ask every day, but just in case you found yourself wondering, we've got the answer!
There are so many different types of birds: Waterfowl (Anseriformes), Birds of Prey (Accipitriformes), Hummingbirds (Apodiformes), Nightjars (Caprimulgiformes)... The list goes on and on! But have you ever wondered what their eggs look like?
Bats are classic scary movie material. It's easy to think of them as "predators", but have you ever considered that they might be prey? Click to learn more about what kinds of animals prefer flying rodents on their dinner plate!
Snakes are carnivores, and their digestive tract is adapted to devour very dense, high-calorie foods. But what exactly are they eating? This blog post dives into the different types of prey that snakes consume. Read on to learn more!
Bats are generally harmless and can even be beneficial to have around, especially for controlling harmful insects. They eat lots of mosquitoes, bugs, and other dangerous insect pests. Despite this obvious benefit, many people are still worried about the potential damage that bats can cause to their homes when they roost there. But could bats actually do any damage to your house? Click to learn more!
"What do raccoons look like?" Well, that's a pretty good question, since there are so many different types of raccoons out there! Click to read more about what raccoons look like!
Raccoons are intelligent and curious creatures, and their curiosity often gets them into trouble. Their dexterous front paws are known for getting into garbage cans, raiding bird feeders, rummaging through the garden, and just overall wreaking havoc on your property.
While raccoons are not considered to be a threatened or endangered species, they do have predators that pose a threat to them. Raccoons may be larger than, say, squirrels, but that does not mean they don't have any predators. In North America, raccoons have several predators that hunt them for…
Raccoons are some of the most interesting creatures in North America. Though they’re often considered mischievous pests, as they’re known for getting into garbage cans, eating pet food, and spreading diseases like rabies, there’s a lot more to these nocturnal animals than meets the eye. Here are 13 truly…